morning blanket


snow day

tongue out


found a peanut

“The country seems bigger, for you can see through the bare trees. There are times when the woods is absolutely still and quiet. The house holds warmth. A wet snow comes in the night and covers the ground and clings to the trees, making the whole world white. For a while in the morning the world is perfect and beautiful. You think you will never forget.”

~Wendell Berry


Wishing you all a wonderful weekend, friends.

If you are looking to curl up with some good reading, you may want to consider visiting a new online magazine, The Writing Garden. The editor, Suzy Hazelwood was so nice to feature my photo on the cover…but it’s the writing inside that really shines. Enjoy!

22 thoughts on “morning blanket

  1. What wonderful winter images, starting with the cozy indoor scene. You seem to have a lot of wildlife nearby. These pix make me miss snow and a real winter…… I spent many years in Massachusetts and I have some great winter memories.

  2. Your snow day looks like so much fun..and so beautiful…I wish we could get enough snow to take the grey/brown away. Every photo here is lovely but I do love the two deer walking along and the one with his little pink tongue sticking out…and of course the squirrels are really cute…you did a great job capturing these beautiful winter moments…

    Thank you Susan for visiting my blog and leaving such a lovely comment…

  3. You’ve captured the essence of winter. I love that mug on the table in front of the window and all the wonderful scenes of nature so close to your home and those squirrel shots are so amazing! I feel I could reach out my hand and touch his bushy tail! Beautiful words by Wendell Berry.

  4. A beautiful winter tale, love that squirrel – stocking up on nuts! 😉 Thank you so much for the use of your beautiful photography Susan, it has really made that magazine very eye-catching, and I’m sure it has done the post on Twitter no end of good! And thanks for the mention too – very kind of you! 🙂

  5. Hello ladies, indeed. Don’t you wonder what the birdies are talking about?
    I’m SO excited, because one of my poems will be in the next issue of The Morning Garden!! xo

  6. Wonderful pictures! When I get to missing the snow, (which I have been lately) I know I can pop over to your blog and get my fill! Thanks so much for sharing. Love the pictures, the squirrel is so adorable. 🙂

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